Since 1966 Jonathan De Pas, Donato D’Urbino and Paolo Lomazzi have been architecture and design partners.
The group started their career by producing temporary furniture but also temporary buildings for exhibitions. An example of this is their Italian Pavillion at the Osaka World Exposition in 1967. It was a grand experimental structure based on conjoined transparent and inflatable balls, which would create an undulating and sculptural walkway through an exhibit of Italy's best modern designs.
International acclaim for their designs continued, in 1972, featured in an exhibition, 'Italy: The New Domestic Landscape', at MoMA in New York City. Their work is now part of the permanent collections of many cultural institutions.